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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Business Services
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... pretty suburb with cafes, and an Engish pub called the Penny Farthing, Very Green and fully treed.
Very warm day so tried to get an iced coffee, nothing like ours available, more like black coffee with ice and milk if you want!
Spotted a great golf course for Allan S. (see the photo)
Hopped off bus back in town, walked couple of blocks of shopping district & ...
... was getting a bit chilly so what did we do? Yes, thats right, call us crazy but we bought an icecream!
Sad to admit we missed out bus stop and momentarily felt a bit lost as we made our way up the Transcanadienne Hwy before getting off to go back the other way when Blake realised he forgot our tickets so we had to pay again to go back 2 stops. We made it back... eventually!
Tomorrow we are catching the ferry to Van city!
... masks, gloves, etc. What I'm most excited to start packing is the toys I've bought (and the ones I still need to buy!) for the children at the orphanage. I can't wait to see the looks on all their faces when I bring them a suitcase full of goodies!
As the internet in Tanzania is incredibly unreliable, I won't have time to individually update all my friends and family members. Please come here to read about my trip!
... cool to look at. After we had chilled for a while we began making our way back to Victoria. We stopped along the way near Port Alberni at a fish ladder used by spawning salmon. Here they had a viewing area and monitor so you could see the massive salmon using the ladder. We hung out here a while before heading off. As we were leaving we saw a house completely decked out in Halloween decorations, ...
... warning and evacuation route signs - didn't know we were in a Tsunami area - interesting; I'll have to look into the story behind that. We also visited Ucluelet and went for a walk along a short section of the Wild Pacific Nature Trail. It is absolutely stunning scenery and a fairly easy we'll maintained walking trail; well shaded and overlooking a rugged coastline. The trail runs for 65 kms and ...